IT Research Security
The SJSU IT Information Security Team provides direction for managing and protecting the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of SJSU information assets. In accordance with the California State University (CSU) Information Security Policies and supplemental SJSU Information Security Policies, this Information Security Program contains administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to protect campus information assets.
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Policies & Standards
In accordance with the California State University (CSU) Information Security Policies, this Information Security Program contains administrative, technical, and physical safeguards to protect campus information assets. View our SJSU Information Security Policies.
This policy is intended to define, promote, and encourage responsible use of CSU and campus information assets on the campuses and among members of the campus community.
This is the process and practice of developing web applications prior to providing mitigation to vulnerabilities and testing readiness.
The purpose of this standard is to provide education and awareness to faculty and students on the types of laws (statutory, regulatory, and federal) that the University must follow.
In accordance with the Institutional Data Management Counsel, the Information Classification and Handling Standard defines the requirements for assigning, maintaining classification settings, and handling sensitive information for all SJSU’s computer and communication system information, with the goal of safeguarding the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of sensitive information.
Single Sign-On (SSO) support for Global Research Institutes
SJSU is a member of the InCommon Federation and SJSU IT also provides identity integration for the InCommon Federation so SJSU users can access global resources available through Internet2 - InCommon Federation.
At a time when every major research project involves remote resources—human and otherwise—Internet2 is committed to helping researchers and research managers focus on the research itself, rather than the provision of infrastructure. Internet2 members have access to a unique, nationwide high-performance network infrastructure that removes the boundaries of today's Internet and provides an unsurpassed testbed for research.
Internet2 is revitalizing research partnership and engagement, creating an integrated network and services architecture for Internet2, and implementing a roadmap that will keep the Internet2 community—the same community that created the Internet—at the focal point of technology innovation and development.